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review 2016-06-15 14:08
Carrot Cake Murder - Joanne Fluke

Carrot cake murder by Joanne Fluke
A reunion of Lisas relatives and when the whole clan gets together for the photo one uncle is missing. Hannah puts the clues together with help from her family and friends as they question everybody as to where they were at the time of the murder and discovering who and why they'd want the uncle dead.
Love the recipes during the chapters but she has to be careful as others might want her dead also.
Love this series and the dentist Norman and cop Mike wanting her to be their girlfriend.
I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).

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review 2014-09-01 00:00
Carrot Cake Murder
Carrot Cake Murder - Joanne Fluke More recipes than usual. The mystery was good.
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review 2013-10-24 12:40
Carrot Cake Murder (Hannah Swensen Mysteries)
Carrot Cake Murder - Joanne Fluke Hannah Swenson owns and operates the Cookie Jar, a small bakery in a tiny town called Lake Eden, Minnesota. She also solves mysteries. Carrot Cake Murder is about as light and fluffy as Hannah's Lemon Fluff Jell-O (recipe on page 174). Everybody is really, really nice in Lake Eden...even the bad guys and murderers are more quirky and annoying than downright unpleasant. Hannah herself is squeaky clean--she juggles two boyfriends, but if she does anything more than bake cookies for them and kiss a little, we never know. If you like cats and cookies, if you don't like bad language or graphic sex, this is the book for you. Oh, and although I don't bake, I bet the recipes scattered throughout the book (there are 21) are phenomenal. I met Joanne Fluke when she was being driven around town by an author escort to sign stock in bookstores, and she came armed with a gift of the most divine--almost literally divine, mind you--chocolate chip cookies I've ever tasted in my life.
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text 2013-10-02 04:56
Carrot Cake

 

My next book is almost surely "House of Hades" by Rick Riordan.  Its official release date is next Tuesday and I simply can't wait, though I inevitably have to.  As a way to pass time, I entertain myself with thoughts of delicious Carrot Cake and Tea. Wouldn't that be wonderful?  Of course, add a book to the mix and you'll get something very much like a dream.

 

The above picture was taken in G&W and I promise you their Carrot Cake is absolutely delicious.  Ah. I miss those days, I miss hanging there with my friends.  Such sweet nostalgia.  While I think about it, I use my imagination, close my eyes and find myself there. <3

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review 2012-03-01 00:00
Carrot Cake Murder - Joanne Fluke The book cover says it’s a bestseller, but I don’t know why. It’s an average mystery novel. Not too bad, not too good. Hannah, the protagonist, is an amateur sleuth and an owner of a cookie shop, and the only memorable pages in the novel are pages with recipes. I haven’t tried them yet but I will. Each chapter ends with a recipe, and some of them read like a scrumptious meal. There are cookie recipes, cake recipes, and casserole recipes. M-m-m-m, delicious! My mouth watered just from reading some of the ingredients lists. As for the murder mystery itself – well, all the heroes are two dimensional, including Hannah, and the plot is rather flat. Only Hannah’s cat Moishe seems real. Almost. It's my first Fluke's novel. It would probably be my last.
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